Papal and Venetian Privileges for Sigismondo Fanti's 'Triompho di Fortuna', Venice (1526)

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Papal and Venetian privileges for Sigismondo Fanti's fortune-telling book 'Triompho di Fortuna'

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Publisher: Agostino da Portese

Year: 1526

Location: Venice

Language: Latin

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Persons referred to:
Clement VII
Fanti, Sigismondo
Junte, Jacques
Portese, Agostino da

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St Peter's Basilica
Venetian Senate


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